|Photo Retouching "Improving" photos, post-production, correction, etc.|
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1 Duplicated the image.
2 Converted the copy to grayscale.
3 Selected the facial area of the color version.
4 Pasted it onto a new layer in the grayscale version and lined
5 Set blend mode to color.
6 Changed the opacity until it looked good to my eye, not sure
of the exact percentage.
7 Flattened layers and saved.
Also, obviously I did touch up the blemishes and I did give her green eyes
Ken - nice job. I think I remember someone else mentioning this technique in a thread where someone was concerned about how flat their colorization looked. Of course, I'd forgotten until you mentioned it here. Thanks for the reminder!
Thanks for bringing that up Ken. I just tried it on one of my images, and it worked very well.
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